Massimo 
Mangialavori



Materia Medica Webinars

Essential Elements of 
50 Families / Groups of Remedies


 





Our fourth year!!  Join us as we continue the series, beginning January 21.  
All webinars run from 12 - 2:00 New York time.
Available to homeopaths all over the world!
(Recordings available for one year) 


2015
Jan 21 Some Euphorbiaceae: Acal, Croto-t, Euph, Hura, Manc, Merl, Ric, Still
Feb 11 Some Brassicaceae: Brass, Cheir, Coch, Iber, Lepi, Nast, Raph, Sin-n, Thlaspi
Mar 18 Some Solanaceae: Belladonna-like: Bell, Gall-ac, Hyos, Lyss, Sol-n, Sol-t-ae, Stram, Tanac e Caps, Dor, Dulc, Lycpr, Tab
Apr 15 Some Funghi: Agar, Agar-ph, Bol, Bol-e, Bol-s, Phall, Psil, Sec, Ust
May 13 Some Labiatae: Coll, Hedeo, Lam,Oci-s, Orig, Menth, Nep, Rosm, Salv, Teucr, Thymu
Jun 10 Salts of Arsenicum: Ars, Ars-br, Ars-i, Ars-met, Ars-s-f, Aur-ar, Calc-ar, Chin-ar, Cupr-ar, Ferr-ar, Kali,ar, Mag-ar, Nat-ar
Sep 16 Some Spiders: Androc, Aran, Aran-ix, Buth-aust, Loxo-r, Mygal, Lat-m, Taren, Ther
Oct 21 Some Reptiles: Amph, Both-l, Cench, Crot-c, Crot-h, Elaps, Naja, Helo, Hydro-c, Lacer, Lach, T-rex, Tox-p
Nov 18 Some Sea Remedies – from simple to complex: Aster, Calc, Cypra-e, Conch, Murx, Pect, Spong, Ven-m e Gad, Trach, Sep fino ad Ambra
Dec 9 Salts of Calcarea: Calc, Calc-acet, Calc-ar, Calc- br, Calc-f, Calc-i, Calc-m, Calc-p, Calc-s, Calc-sil, Calcul-r, Helx
Jan 13 QUESTION AND ANSWER SESSION

These webinars are held once per month for 10 months of the year.   Each webinar lasts 2 - 2.5 hours, and focuses on the precise issues of the group and significant specifics about some of the individual remedies. 
10 sessions per year - $400

Hosted by: The New England Homeopathic Academy


These lectures are packed with information - too much to absorb the first time through. The lecture begins with an overview of the family, continuing with differentiating details of the individual remedies. Even the polycrests you think you know so well have new information. The sessions are recorded and available for one year.  

Payment:
The cost of webinars for 2015 is $400 USD for the 10 sessions to be paid in one installment. 
Payment will either be by check for USD (to address below) or PayPal (please ask for a request) 

Webex
The program will be transmitted via Webex (http://www.webex.com/); you will need to check to be sure your computer is compatible with Webex. You may join us live or view it later as a recording. 

DropBox
Handouts, notes, cases, links to recordings are available by DropBox

Hear what others have said:

For me, this course has been "The Best of Massimo".  Hearing directly from him what he has observed about the particular kind of suffering that occurs in each remedy state he presents gives me valuable tools for studying not only those remedies, but others also, applying the kinds of observations he demonstrates.  It helps to make sense of the dozens and dozens of symptoms that one comes across in case taking, in reading materia medica, in reading provings.  The depth of Massimo's approach means it keeps informing me long after each session is over.

~ Sarah Daniel - Carron, Ireland

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Thank you so much for organizing these great Webinars! You have made it so simple for me to register with NEHA, follow instructions on how to log on to WebEx, and access communications and additional materials, which were distributed like clockwork prior to each event. This requires a lot of work and I really appreciate your efforts.
 
As for the Webinars, I enjoyed all of them. Massimo is absolutely "brillante"! He is so generous with his knowledge. His insights, paired with the manner in which he explains the picture of the remedies and related families in so much details, make it easier to understand the labyrinth of all these deep remedy layers. All this information comes alive when he talks about the characteristics of a specific family or remedy supported by his clinical experience.
 
I feel fortunate to take part in this group and I look forward to the next series of Webinars in the year 2013.

~ Adriana Ricciardi - Ottawa, Ontario

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Attendance at Mangialavori's webinars this year was a wonderful experience. The feeling is one of deep gratitude for the honour of learning with one of the most brilliant thinkers who knows how to transmit what is more evolved in Homoeopathy today. Though I can not participate at the time of live transmissions, the online recordings have great quality and we have the comfort to access it at any time during the study periods. The master's didactic  follows the maxim of Kent ("from the general to the particular"). We have in the first moments an overview of the fundamental themes of families and following a deepening in some specific drugs.  So it is not just the great lesson of materia medica and clinical experience, but a substantial increase in our possibility of differential diagnosis.
Thank you master Massimo Mangialavori!
Patients of Homeopathy around the world thank you!
Best wishes!
Ruy Madsen, M.D.
(From Brazil)
And from Massimo!
I began teaching more than 25 years ago because I wanted to share my clinical experience.  Many colleagues have not had the opportunity to participate in these meetings or have only fragmented information gathered from inaccurate, recirculated notes of recent seminars.  I have received numerous requests for a review and summary of the material I have presented over the years. 

I have never been pleased or comfortable with “cookbook” synopses of materia medica: it is not really my style, nor in my ability.  I generally spend on average 4-5 days focusing on one homeopathic family in my seminars.  This webinar provides a short synopsis of the essential elements of the particular family / group discussed with a differential of a few remedies within the group. 

 

It should be emphasized that this program is the result of more than 25 years of work, study, seminars and courses. The ideas and insights have come from clinical trials, late night discussions with Gianni Marotta, collaboration with several other colleagues, all of which give rise to extensive information that will be challenging to summarize in a few words. I wish to state unequivocally that I do not consider these webinars to be a replacement for the in-depth knowledge to be gained from seminars, supervision or any other experience between people. We will continue our “live” seminars in the Boston area and in Europe as in the past for an even deeper exploration of these concepts, themes, families and remedies.

My main goal is to provide a rough idea, synthetic as well defined, of each group of substances characterized by specifically outlining what the individual remedies treat: both clinically as well as on the basis of fundamental themes. If clinical cases are currently available or have been published, prior to each meeting and at least one week in advance, I will send you the clinical material that will enable you to study something about the topic we will discuss.  The material I send is copy-right protected and can not be used for anything else, or released without my specific consent.


The full list:
The lectures from 2014 are still available until Dec 31, 2015. The cost is the same, $400. Handouts, notes, links to recordings are available through DropBox.

2012
1. Some Liliflorae: All-c, All-s, Aspar, Colch, Conv, Croc, Cypr, Iris, Lil-t, Orni, Sabad, Sars, Squil, Verat, Verat-v
2. Amphetamine-like: Cac, Coff, Dam, Kola, Paull, Thea, Yohim
3. Drugs: Aeth, Agar, Anh, Ban-c, Bov, Bufo, Camph, Cann-i, Camph, Coca, Conv-d, Conv-s, Hell, Hydrog, 
Lact, Laur, Lith-c, Nabal, Nux-m, Op, Pen, Pip-m, Psil
4. Some Fabaceae: Alf, Bapt, Der, Galeg, Glyc-g, Lath, Meli, Mim-p. Phase, Phys, Rat, Rob, Saroth
5. Milks: Lac-as, Lac-c, Lac-cpr, Lac-d, Lac-del, Lac-eq, Lac-f, Lac-gl, Lac-h, Lac-leo, Lac-lup, Lac-o, Lac-s
6. Some Semi-Noble Metals: Chr, Chr-s, Nicc, Pall, Sel
7. Some Polycrests: Acon, Agn, Berb, Chel, Dios, Hyper, Laur, Kreos 
8. Some Asteraceae: Arn, Bell-p, Calen, Cham, Cina, Erig, Eup-per, Eup-pur, Mill e Art-v, Card-m, Cyna, Lappa, Tarax, Senec, Solid, Xanth
9. Some Insects: Apis, Apis-r, Blatta, Canth, Coc-c, Cocci-s, Dor, Form, Mant-r, Musca-d, Vesp
10. Some Polycrests: Led, Olnd, Phyt, Rheum, Rhod, Symph, Verb

2013
1. Some Polycrests: Anac, Bry, Chin, Clem, Cocc, Dros, Ign, Mosch
2. Some Parasites: Hir, Cimx, Culx, Ped, Pulx, Trom
3. Some Salts of Nitricum: Aml-n, Arg-n, Calc-n, Cob-n, Gunp, Kali-n, Sanguin-n, Uran-n
4. Some Oils: Ichth, Lec, Ol-an, Ol-j, Pix
5. Some Rosaceae: Agri, Crat, Frag, Prun-s, Rubu-f, Rubu-i, Sanguis, Spirae
6. Some Rutaceae: Ang, Cit-l, Cit-v, Dict, Jab, Ptel, Ruta, Xan
7. Phosphorus salts & Bismuth: Phos, Arg-p, Calc-p, Cupr-p, Ferr-p, Kali-p, Mag-p, Nat-p, Ph-ac, Zinc-p e Bism
8. Some Polycrests: Plan, Puls, Rhus-t, Sang, Spig, Staph
9. Some Graminaceae: Anan, Arun, Aven, Trit, Zea-i
10. Some Poligonaceae: Fago, Rheum, Seneg, Rumx

2014
1. Some Carbons: Carb-an, Carb-v, Carbn-s, Carb-ac, Germ, Graph, Adam
2. Some Coniferae: Abies-c, Juni-c, Sabin, Seq-g, Tax, Ter, Thuj
3. Acids: Fl-ac, Hydr-ac, Mur-ac, Nit-ac, Sul-ac e Acet-ac, Benz.ac, Bor-ac, Carb-ac, Cit-ac,  Form-ac, 
Lac-ac, Ox-ac, Ph-ac, Pic-ac
4. Some Salts of Sulphur e Tellurium: Sulph, Ant-c, Ant-s, Ars-s-f, Cadm-s, Chin-s, Cupr-s, Ferr-s, Hep, 
Kali-s, Merc-s, Nat-s, Sul-ac, Sul-i e Tell
5. Some Halogens & Related Salts: Fluorici, Muriatici, Bromati, Iodati: Fluor, Chlor, Brom, Iod e Calc-f, 
Lap-a, Mag-f, Nat-sil-f, Am-m, Arg-m, Aur-m, Aur-m-n, Calc-m, Chin-m, Ferr-m, Kali-m, Mag-m, 
Mang-m, Merc-c, Plat-m, Zinc-m, Bar-br, Brom-i, Calc-br, Kali-br, Nat-br, Rad-br, Am-i, Aur-i, Bar-i, 
Ferr-i, Kali-i, Merc-i-f, Nat-i, Stann-i, Sul-i, Zinc-i
6. Alchemical Metals & their Salts: Arg, Aur, Cupr, Ferr, Plb, Stann, Plat, Plat-m, Plat-m-n, Merc
7. Mercurius salts: Aethi-a, Cinnb, Merc-c, Merc-d, Merc-i-f
8. Salts of Antimonium: Ant-c, Ant-t, Ant-c
9. Some Umbelliferae: Aeth, Asaf, Cic, Con, Ery-a, Ery-m, Oena, Phel, Sumb
10. Some Grand Nosodes: Carc, Med, Psor, Syph, Tub

2015
1. Some Euphorbiaceae: Acal, Croto-t, Euph, Hura, Manc, Merl, Ric, Still
2. Some Brassicaceae: Brass, Cheir, Coch, Iber, Lepi, Nast, Raph, Sin-n, Thlaspi
3. Some Solanaceae: Belladonna-like: Bell, Gall-ac, Hyos, Lyss, Sol-n, Sol-t-ae, Stram, Tanac e Caps, Dor, Dulc, Lycpr, Tab
4. Some Funghi: Agar, Agar-ph, Bol, Bol-e, Bol-s, Phall, Psil, Sec, Ust
5. Some Labiatae: Coll, Hedeo, Lam,Oci-s, Orig, Menth, Nep, Rosm, Salv, Teucr, Thymu
6. Salts of Arsenicum: Ars, Ars-br, Ars-i, Ars-met, Ars-s-f, Aur-ar, Calc-ar, Chin-ar, Cupr-ar, Ferr-ar, Kali,ar, Mag-ar, Nat-ar
7. Some Spiders: Androc, Aran, Aran-ix, Buth-aust, Loxo-r, Mygal, Lat-m, Taren, Ther
8. Some Reptiles: Amph, Both-l, Cench, Crot-c, Crot-h, Elaps, Naja, Helo, Hydro-c, Lacer, Lach, T-rex, Tox-p
9. Some Sea Remedies – from simple to complex: Aster, Calc, Cypra-e, Conch, Murx, Pect, Spong, Ven-m e Gad, Trach, Sep fino ad Ambra
10. Salts of Calcarea: Calc, Calc-acet, Calc-ar, Calc- br, Calc-f, Calc-i, Calc-m, Calc-p, Calc-s, Calc-sil, Calcul-r, Helx

2016
1. Some Cactaceae: Cact, Cere-b, Cere-s, Agav-a, Opun-a, Opun-v
2. Salts of Zincum: Zinc, Zinc-ar, Zinc-i, Zinc-m, Zinc-p, Zinc-val
3. Some Scrophulariaceae: Dig, Euphr, Grat, Scroph-n, Verb
4. Salts of Silica: SIl, Alum-sil, Bamb-a, Calc-sil, Cast-eq, Equis, Kali-sil, Nat-sil, Nat-sil-f, Sphing
5. Salts of Baryta: Bar-br, Bar-c, Bar-i, Bar-m, Bar-p, Bar-sil, Bar-s
6. Magnesium Salts: Mag-ar, Mag-c, Mag-f, Mag-i, Mag-m, Mag-p, Mag-s
7. Salts of Kali: Kali-ar, Kali-bi, Kali-br, Kali-c, Kali-fcy, Kali-i, Kali-m, Kali-n, Kali-p, Kali-sil, Kali-s
8. Some Primulaceae e Carc: Anag, Cycl, Lysim, Prim-v e Carc
9. Salts of Aluminum: Alum, Alum-br, Alum-p, Alum-sil, Alumn
10. Salts of Sodium: Nat-ar, Nat-br, Nat-c, Nat-f, Nat-i, Nat-m, Nat-p, Nat-s
11. Salts of Ammonium: Am-br, Am-c, Am-i, Am-m, Am-p, Am-s, Am-val



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